Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Homemade Rabbit Treats

Homemade rabbit treat are generally healthier then the store bought ones.When you make some at home, you will know exactly whats in them and you can choose to make them better for your bunny or more like a treat. If you make them more like a treat, I would recommend not to feed them regularly. Here is a recipe that my bunnies enjoy!
Ingredients:

  • 1 cup of your rabbits food (I used excel)
  • 1 banana
  • 2 carrots










Instructions:


  • Start by putting parchment paper onto a cookie tray and preheat the oven to 180 degrees C
  • Blend your bunnies food until it is really ground up like in this picture:




  • Chop the banana and carrots into slices



  • Place all of this into the blender and keep it in there until there is no more lumps or only a few


  • Put the ground up food and pureed vegetables into a bowl and mix until combined 

 

  • Grab a bit and roll it into a ball

  • Place it onto the parchment paper on the tray and squash it in the middle to make a small biscuit thing

  • Cook them for 30 minutes in the oven to harden them. When you take them out, they should have hardened and look like this:




That is a simple homemade rabbit treat recipe. If you are interested in cooking and baking, then click here


6 comments:

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  2. would this work with apples or pears? mu bunny doesn't like carrots LOL!!!

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  3. I think it would :) you can just experiment with vegetables which your rabbit prefers. Just think of a carrot pureed and which other vegetables would be like that as well. I hope this helps :)

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  4. Would it work on a dog, would a dog like the taste of it?

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  5. I don't think so as this has rabbit food in the recipe above (as shown)

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  6. maybe if you could find a suitable dog food to use and some other doggy foods (instead of the banana and apple) it might work :) nice website btw and i'll definately try this for my Rabbit :D

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